s From Sim. lav's Ditnv. li'i to church to-day. Klki.ant weather for crops, isfNt'K the election, the town is rcrv quiet. The sun is going to bed earlier every night. Sc.vdAy services will be held in the Stake Tabernacle hereafter. Rev. Fiiaxk For.r.Ks nnd wife returned re-turned from Castilla yesterday. IT will soon be time for children tc make preparations forscl a 1. The Opera House stockholders art-talking art-talking now of putting the electric light in 1 be building. Still the knife ringing goes 0n at the Hank corner, giving amusement to a crowd every evening. 1 Tin: change from the meetinghouse j to the take Tah'inacle to-day will be I appreciated by church-goers. TtfE conference of the Primary As- i siad ition of Utah county will lie held in Spanish Fork. Aug. 2d. 1-SDL 'Wil.Mhe Coming man be happy?" asks an exchange. We hope so. hut. it depends largely on tiie Coming woman.. Forr. tramps were sent up for tfYupn r':n s each by Justice Noon yesterday. These were the only cases in the police court. I Oi'm-: a number visited the lake last i evening and took a plunge in the water t' kill the effects of the heat and dust-of dust-of the day. Prof. D. V. Dolt ivki:, formerly of" l"va. is in the (irl'il-ii City bver Sunday, Sun-day, and wili .-peak at the Met hod is t. ; church this evening. ; Sim 1KTY people ;; re ICSpPCtf llilv l'r- (Hiested to l and in items of socials-, gatherings, U pat tares, arrivals, etc.. j or anything that w il! interest our readers read-ers Mr. Kii.Wand Mr. Wilcox, the for- mer assessor and collector, and the 1 i latter eountv clerk of Davis county,, i were visitors to the Garden City yes-j yes-j terday. i Kelioku's serv'eps at the Proctor I Academy hall. Sunday evening; Sunday Sun-day School in the morning at 10 o'clock. All invited to attend. II. S. Forbes,, pastor. It i expected that, arrangement? will 'a be completed with the R. Ci, W. rail-read rail-read company for a special train for the ti emen's excursion t- Castilla on the ISth inst. Notices are posted around town I that the restaurant "furniture of Lee- t I Sang yyill be sold bv tthe sheriff. Since ! he quit boarding prisoners tilings have I 1 evidentlv gone against Lee Sang. I We would- n"t under any circntn-- stances strike a woman.- but w hen we see a girl wearing one of those horrible j garments known as "Mother Hub I bar Is," we- feel inclined to give her a I belt. ' j I- i ........ .-. '